12 Blue Beauties to Banish the Blues

Moody cobalt, midnight navy, and alluring azure are exactly what the doctor ordered. 

By Rachel Amy Shahvar
Photo credit: Jeffery Cross
Colors Combine

Gorgeous, saturated ceramics look good by themselves but even better when paired together. Available 4/1/13, Heath Ceramics

Photo credit: Crate&Barrel
Staub Coq Au Vin

Enamel cookware always seems more festive than regular pots and pans. Especially when the color is a deep midnight blue. $400. Crate&Barrel. 

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Pretty Polka

Quirky, unusual, and totally fun. $4,998, Anthropologie

Photo credit: West Elm
Baby Bowls

Inspired by traditional textiles, these little guys would bring some ikat spice to any dinner party. $8, West Elm. 

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Slate-Blue Vines

We love the Marimekko/Crate&Barrel collaboration, and this organic patterned bedding is just another reason why. Prices vary. Crate&Barrel.

Photo credit: Z Gallerie
Ocean Palette

The abstract giclee print by artist Joshua Schicker reminds us of looking to the horizon over the ocean. $379.95, Z Gallerie.

Photo credit: Scandinavian Designs
Fresh Chevron

This fresh take on chevron stripes is a great meeting ground between preppy and tribal. $959, Scandinavian Designs

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Natural Beauties

Agate coasters are a great earthy addition to a modern bar set. Plus, they come with rubber feet to protect tabletops. $28, High Street Market

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Better Than Tongs

Serve salad in style! $35, Lief

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Texture and Dots

Not only are these pillows inspired by Japanese shibori tie-dye patterns, but they are hand crafted from raw silk at an Indian cooperative. Inspiring design and production - doesn't get better! $39, West Elm

Photo credit: Leif
Raindrops + Linen

Who needs the rain to go away when you have a tea-towel as cute as this one? $16, Leif

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Wingback

This cobalt leather wingback chair is the perfect mix of traditional (the shape) and unexpected (the color). $2,498, Anthropologie

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